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Randolph Junior/Senior 

High School 
Randolph, MA 02368 







Dedication 




Since her arrival at Randolph High School in 1967, Mrs. 
Lynne Harding has always been a role model to both her 
colleagues and students. Whether serving the French 
Club, Randolph's Harvard Model Congress delegation, 
the cheerleaders, or just her everyday classes, Mrs. 
Harding has consistently committed more than the job 
requires. In September of 1989, Mrs. Harding received 
the surprise of her career. After over twenty years in 
the foreign language department, Mrs. Harding was 
suddenly asked to teach social studies. When lesser 
teachers would have given up, she applied as much 
effort to the new subject as to her first love, and nine 
years of exceptional history students can verify the 
results. Of course, Mrs. Harding was never one to deny a 
challenge; late in her career, she assumed the position 
of advisor to the National Honor Society. For all your 
years of dedication, Mrs. Harding, we give you this 
dedication. May you enjoy your retirement, whether it 
includes sitting on the lawn at Tangle wood, watching 
the Women's Final Four, or reading the New York 
Times during breakfast. Thank you, Mrs. Harding. You 
join the Class of 1999 in graduating from RHS with high 
honors. 













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It's the end of the road. 

We've come so far together. The journey has been tough, but it 
certainly has had its good times. We've shared anecdotes and 
experiences. We've cried and laughed together. We've supported 
and defended each other. Now, we have to say goodbye. 
Soon, we will face a different world — a new world. Once we 
embark on the next journey, we will never be able to return to 
this land of innocence we're leaving behind. We stand at the 
beginning of another path that splits and twists like a maze, and 
we don't know when these trails will cross again. We should not 
be afraid, because we will never be alone. We have our history to 
join us, and we have the future of the world to share. 
We hope that the Oracle will help preserve the memory of our 
times together. When we're old, perhaps we'll look back and 
remember the good with the bad and realize that sometimes, the 
end of the road is just the beginning. 



The Oracle Editors 



Letters from the Editors 



Thank you for everything. 

I know that most of you probably don't even really 
know who I am, but I still want to thank you for being 
there. I'm very happy to know that we've grown up 
together and that we've known the same world. Even 
if we didn't want to. we've had to learn together how 
tough life really is. 

I know that there have been good times. I can still 
remember my first day at Randolph High, the first 
time I met new acquaintances, and the first time I went 
to a dance. 

Then again. I also know that there have been bad 
times. I can recall the first time someone close to me 
died, the first time I had to pull an all-nighter to finish a 
paper, and the first time I had a fight with a friend. 
Odd as this may sound, I feel comfort knowing that we 
have all had these experiences and that someone else 
might have had the same emotions I did. I will forever 
feel grateful to you all for letting me leave here with 
the knowledge that I will always be part of the Class of 
1999. 



As the years pass us by, we remem- 
ber the good times and forget the 
bad. I remember many good times 
with you as you went from ninth 
through twelfth grade. Romance, 
heartache, trial, and tribulations — 
all of which you have overcome with 
great success. 

As you embark on the road to the 
rest of your life, may you always 
succeed in everything you do. My 
best wishes and congratulations go to 
you. Each one of you will always have 
a place in my heart. Be healthy and 
happy, seniors. Good luck. 

Ms. Sharon Ellis 



Helen Hoi-Ling Ho 

As this millenium races to an end, we find our world plagued by the same problems as a thousand years 
before. Racism, violence, and corruption still stain our planet, even in this democratic nation. Here in 
Massachusetts, there are children who go to bed hungry every night. Others suffer a far worse fate — 
neglect and abuse. We need public service announcements to tell kids not to carry guns to school. 
Politicians take polls on the importance of telling the truth, and Presidents and lawyers debate what the 
definition of the word "is" is. 

Recently, a parent complained to me that there are no heroes anymore. I strongly disagree. Here at 
RHS, I meet heroes everyday. Heroes are men like Mr. Fallon, who never stops working for the welfare 
of the students. Heroes are women like Mrs. Harding, who goes the extra mile without expecting a 
morsel of credit. Heroes are men like Mr. Watson and Mr. Linehan, who bear the weight of an entire 
school on their shoulders. We've met many heroes in our high school years. 

The world is not so bleak as it seems, because the Class of 1999 leaves RHS with the promise of a 
better day. As a tribute to all of those who have given us so much through the years, we must embark 
on adult life with the intent to leave this planet as a better place than when we found it. Walk down the 
RHS corridors, and you'll see a thousand students of a thousand colors and a thousand dreams, and one 
knows that we can do anything. After twelve years of math problems and English essays, I offer one last 
homework assignment: go forward, '99, and change the world. 



Christopher P. Hannigan 



Adminstrators 




To The Class of 1999: 

Congratulations to you and your family on your 
graduation from Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School. 

Graduation Day will be one of the most memorable 
occasions of your life. It is a day of great joy and 
pride as you receive your diploma as a reward for 
years of hard work. Also it is a day of mixed emo- 
tions as you say goodbye to your familiar surround- 
ings and friends, to begin new challenges and ad- 
ventures. 

On behalf of the Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School community I wish to thank all of you for 
your contributions to our school. You truly have left 
the school a better place to be. 

I wish you great success in the future and trust that 
you will always strive for excellence in all that you 
do. Best wishes in your future endeavors. 

Sincerely, 




xerara J. Lineham, 
Headmaster 



June, 1999 

To The Class of 1999: 

Kudos to each of the members of the "Class of 1999" 
— the last graduation class of the 20th Century — for 
a job well done! Your hard work and determination 
along with the support of your family have enabled you 
to reach this important milestone in your life. 

Thanks to each of you for the individual sacrifices and 
contributions you have made to make our school a 
better place to be. 

Oprah Winfrey wrote "Luck is a matter of preparation 
meeting opportunity." Your years of preparation at 
RJSHS have provided you with the opportunity to 
acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to meet the 
challenges vou will face in the new millennium. Best of 
luck! 

I wish each of you great personal happiness and pro- 
fessional success and I urge you to follow the advice of 
Abraham Lincoln who said "Whatever you are, be a 
good one." 

Sincerely, 

Robert A. Johnson 
Assistant Headmaster 



Oytut 






Dear Class of 1999: 

Six long years ago, as seventh graders, you faced the 
overwhelming transition of moving up from elementary 
school to Randolph Junior/Senior High School. Locker 
combinations, endless corridors, and 10:00 a.m. lunches 
were all obstacles to be overcome. Meeting these chal- 
lenges head on, you overcame them and accustomed 
yourself to the day-to-day rigors of secondary school. 

In the years that followed, you endured clusters, summer 
reading lists, agenda notebooks, final exams, block pe- 
riods, research papers, and Channel One. You fought 
your way through the MCAS, TerraNovas, P.S.A.Ts, 
A.C.T.s, and the S.A.Ts. Now you have earned your high 
school diplomas, yet another period of major transition 
awaits as you enter the next important phase in de- 
termining who you are and what you will finally become. 

The final days of senior year are very memorable. Class 
day programs, barbecues, proms, yearbooks, and grad- 
uation itself. Take the time to enjoy these activities and to 
reflect upon the important years that lie ahead. 

As you face the next round of challenges that will in- 
evitably come your way, rely upon your personal re- 
sources and the solid educational background that you 
received at Randolph Junior/Senior 
High School. Be strong, confident 
and compassionate as you march for- 
ward into the 21st century and re- 
member to lead by example. 

In closing . . . congratulations. It was 
a pleasure getting to know you. May 
you find success and happiness in all 
"walks" of life. 

Sincerely, 



W1L fstfumii 



John P. Giuggio 
Housemaster, grades 9- 12 



Ms. Anita Jamieson 
Housemaster Grades 7-8 





Ms. Karen Brodeur 
Director of Humanities 



Mr. Alfred Galante 

Director of Math, Science and 

Technology 



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Mr. Arthur Melia 
Superintendent 





Dr. Susan Taylor 
Assistant Superintendent 



Mr. James Watson 
Assistant to the Superintendent 




School Committee 

Back: Mr. Edward Gilbert; Mr. Robert L. Gass. Vice-Chairman; Mr. Ronald T. 

DiGuilio, Chairman; Mr. Arthur Melia. Superintendent. Front: Mrs. Nancy Lee 

Irwin; Mrs. Barbara B. Mellon; Dr. Susan G. Taylor, Assistant Superintendent 





Faculty 









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Mr. Leo Adley 
Mathematics 



Ms. Stacey Baker 
Computer Technology 



Ms. Loretta Baldwin 

English 



Ms. Sharon Bamberg 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Maryan Barbarisi 
Career Development 





Mr. Daniel Bellistri 
Alternative Program 



Mr. Da\id Bern 
Music 

Department Chairperson 



Ms. Virginia Bradbury 
Physical Education 



Mr. Thomas Brennan 
Science 



Ms. Diane Brown 

Pupil Services 





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Mr. Arthur Bumpus 

Science 

Department Chairperson 



Ms. Terri-Ann Bumpus 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Leanne Burke 
Mathematics 



Ms. Sheila Burke 
Guidance 



Ms. Mary Campbell 
Reading 




Ms. Marlene Campbell 
In School Suspension 



Mr. Phil Carlino 
Physical Education 



Mr. Luke Carrol! 
Social Studies 



Ms. Mary Catto 
Pupil Sen ices 



Ms. Joann Chapman 
Reading 




Ms. Kathleen Chase 
Health Education 



Mr. Chris Christopher 
Mathematics 



Mr. John Chuckran 
Career Development 



Ms. Elaine Chui 

English 

Department Chairperson 



Mr. Robert Clark 
School to Career 




Mr. Richard Cohn 
Pupil Sen ices 



Mr. Francis A. Colosi 
Pupil Services 



Mr. David Cronin 
Social Studies 



Ms. Jennifer Czarnowski 
World Languages 



Ms. Lynne-Marie Dandeneau 
Music 





Mr. Christopher Deadv 
Career Development 



Mr. Stephen DelVecchio 
Reading 



Ms. Annette DiMascio 

Mathematics & 
Technology Chairperson 



Mr. Jack Doherty 
Science 



Mr. John Donovan 
Guidance 





Ms. Victoria Duffy 
Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Edwards 
Computer Technology 



Ms. Sharon Ellis 
Science 



Mr. William Estes 
Science 



Mr. Marc Falbo 
Pupil Services 




Mr. Laurence Fallon 

(iuidance 

Assistant Director 



Ms. Kim Fancher 
Art 



Mr. Michael Farrar 
English 



Ms. Alida Finney 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Joanne Foley 
Guidance 










Mr. William Gould 




'•1 ludy Foley 


Ms, Pat Iredcricksen 


Mr. Michael Good 


Physical Education 


Ms. Kathleen Grant 


World Languages 


School Nurse 


Mathematics 


Chairperson - 
Athletic Director 


Science 



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Mr. Edward Grilli 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Kathleen Gusciora 
Alternative Program 



Ms. Ellen Hahn 
Mathematics 



Ms. Lynne Harding 
Social Studies 



Ms. Ann Harrington 
Alternative Program 




Mr. Arthur Hawkins 

Assistant Director - 

Pupil Services 



Mr. Thomas Hedrick 
Music 



Ms. M.A. Hill-Walker 
Library Media Center 



Ms. Kimberly Hudson 
World Languages 



Mr. Joseph Jean-Pierre 
ELL/TBE 




Ms. Leah Johnson 
Guidance 



Mr. Philip Kachinsky 
Social Studies 



Mr. Joseph Kane 
Mathematics 



Mr. Paul Kaplan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Keefe 
Pupil Services 





Ms. Kathryn Kiley 
Health Education 



Mr. Paul King 
Science 



Ms. Paula Klusas-King 

World Language 



Ms. Phyllis Knudson 
Science 



Mr. David Lamitie 
Pupil Sen ices 




Mr. Lawrence Larson 
Mathematics 



Mr. Harry Lawlor 
Mathematics 



Ms. Lvnette Lema\-Frese 
TBE/ESL ' 



Mr. Andrew Leverone 
Mathematics 



Ms. Hui Ning Marsigliano 
ELL/TBE 



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Mr Edward Mashrick 
Enalish 



Mr Joseph McCann 
Career Development 



Ms Sandra McFadden 
ESLTBE 



Mr Dennis McKee 
Social Studies 



Mrs. Sheila Mirow 
Social Studies 




I riam Modricamin 
^ odd Languages 



Ms. Diane Murphy 
Library Media Center 



Mr Richard Murphy 
Career Development 



Mr. Donald Nelson 
English 



Ms. Mona Nichols-High 
Guidance 




Mr Kevin O'Brien 
Science 



Dr. William O'Brien 
Science 



Ms. M. O'Connor-Casilli 
TBE ESL 



Ms. Joyce O'Connor 

Nurse 



Mr. Robert Pilarella 

Pupil Ser 





M> Lisa Pimenlel 
Music 



Mr. Ronald Pirrera 
English 



Mr. Garrett Powell 
Mathematics 



Mr Rob Primmer 
English 



Mr. Dean Putnam 
World Languages 




Mr Brendan Riordan 
Pupil Ser. 



Ml Denise Rogers 
Pupil Ser\ 



Mi Mona Lee Rosen 
Pupil Sen ices 



Mv Linda Rosenfield 
Pupil Ser. 



M* Kim Ruland 
English 



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Ms. Diane Samia 
Career Development 



Mr. Donald Sarney 
English 



Ms. Kathleen Saunders 
Science 



Ms. Lauren Schult 
English 



Mr. Daniel Schwemin 
Mathematics 




Ms. Michelle Scoza 
English 



Mr. Frank Shedlock 
Physical Education 



Mr. John Sheehan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Jeffrey Shindell 
Pupil Services 



Mr. Richard Simons 
Alternative Program 




Ms. Ann SkelK 

World Language 

Department Chairperson 



Ms. Marilyn Slattery 
World Language 



Dr. William Slattery' 

Social Studies 

Department Chairperson 



Ms. Bernadette Spano 
Social Studies 



Ms. Elaine Stadfeld 
Computer Technology 





Mr. Thomas Steele 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Cheryl Steward 
Life Skills 



Ms. Arlene Sugarman 
Pupil Services 



Mr. John Sullivan 
Social Studies 



Mr. Richard Sullivan 
Social Studies 




Ms. Anita Sung 
Mathematics 



Mr. Kenneth Swanson 

Pupil Services 
Department Director 



Mr. Richard Sweeney 

Health and Physical Education 

Supervisor 



Ms. Jennifer Tantillo 
English 



Ms. Natalia Taube 
English 



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Mr. Edward Todd 
Science 



Ms. Lorraine Tower 
W orld Languages 



Mr. John Tuite 
Mathematics 



Mr. Thomas Turner 
Mathematics 



Mr. Anthony V'ellante 
English 




Mr Roben Visser 

Career Development 

Supen isor 



Ms. Lorraine Wachsman 
English 



Ms. Barbara Wagner 
Pupil Services 



Mr. David Wahlgren 
Guidance 



Ms. Patricia Ward 
English 




Ms. Barbara Webber 
Art 



Mr. Eddie Weiand 
Pupil Sen ices 




Mr. Fred Youngclaus 
Pupil Services 



Mr. Stephen Zawalski 
English 



Mr. James Wheeler 
Pupil Sen ices 



Ms. Dianne Yearwood 
Pupil Sen ices 



Ms. Man Dana Young 
ELL/TBE 



The following faculty members are not pictured: Ms. Jelly Bahl, Pupil 
Services; Ms. Vicki Bombardier. Social Studies; Ms. Lisa Canavan. 
Social Studies; Ms. Brenda Champney, Science; Ms. Sally Connors. 
Career Development; Ms. Jennifer Cribby. Pupil Services; Ms. Col- 
leen Forlizzi. Mathematics; Ms. Ann Gallagher-Dowling, Pupil Serv- 
ices; Ms. Joanne Gershman. Pupil Services; Ms. Caitlin Goldman. 
Music; Ms. Cynthia Goode. Pupil Services; Ms. Cheryl Jacques, Pupil 
Services; Ms. Ina Johnson-Jones, Pupil Services; Mr. Gerry Jones, 
Food Services; Ms. Helen Lam. ELL/TBE; Ms. Helena Levine. Pupil 
Services; Mr. Nicholas Paras. World Language; Ms. Debbie Turner, 
Career Development; Mr. Charles Waitt. Pupil Services; Ms. Susan 
Wilson. Pupil Services. 




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Ms. Josephine Barra 

Clerical Staff 

Guidance Office 



Joan Crowley 

Clerical Staft 

Parent Info. Center 



Ms. Jayne Daly 
Clerical Staff' 
Front Office 



Ms. Dee Lennon 

Clerical Staff 

Jr. High Office 



Ms. Joanne Mullen 
Clerical Staff 
Pupil Services 




Ms. Margie Nelson 

Clerical Staff 

Jr. High Office 



Ms. Patricia O'Meara 
Clerical Staff 
Front Office 



Ms. Kathy Rakoski 
Clerical Staff 
Front Office 



Ms. Barbara Scott 
Clerical Staff 
Pupil Services 



Ms. Gloria Sullivan 
Clerical Staff 
Front Office 




Mr. David Cheatham 
Securitv 



Mr. Joseph Dodero 
Securitv 



Ms. Jane Pasquantonio 
Securitv 



Mr. Joseph Prev iti 
Securitv 



Mr. Tony Abercrombie 
Maintenance 




Dr. Edmond Morrisey 
Maintenance 



Mr. Charlie Myers 

Maintenance 

Day Supervisor 




Ms. Christine Husted 
Food Sen ices 



Ms. Lois Kahan 
Food Services 



Ms. Alta Salmeri 
Food Services 



The following staff members are not pictured: 

Clerical Staff: Ms. Judy Barnes, Ms. Tami Doherty, Ms. Melissa 
McGrath, Ms. Marianne Tiberi 

Security: Mr. Joseph Coakley, Ms. Donna Heyward 

Maintenance: Mr. Paul Kelly, Mr. Dana Keough, Mr. James 
Maloney, Mr. George Norris, Mr. Joseph Ruffo, Mr. Michael 
Saschuk 



Ms. Nika Saragian 
Food Services 



Ms. Roz Strock 
Food Services 



Food Services: Ms. Nancy Ferreira, Ms. Kim Orr, Ms. Nancy Rosa 



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Seniors 






Philip Agresti 

fccti\ ities; 

Football 9. 10 

Baseball 9. 1 2 

Basketball 9. 10 

Life Goal: 

To provide my daughter with 

the best life possible 




Iftikar Alii 



Leigh Anastasi 







Mark Aufiero 




Brett "Jesus" 
Babaian 

Act iv it u 
Oracle 12 
Quotation: 



whatevei 

Burton 




Brendan "Moses' 
Babaian 

Activities: 

RHTVQ. 10. 11. 12 
Physics Lunch crew 1 2 
Oracle 12 
Quotation: 

i will die with what I 
believe." - Hca\y De\> 
Townsend (SYL) 



Gacintha Baldwin 

Activities: 

African American Club 9. 10, 

11. 12 

Student Council 9 

Tutor 9, 10 

Powder Puff 1 1. 12 

Yearbook 12 

Life Goals: 

To live in NYC. to become 

an architect, and to travel 







Michael Barry 




Chinenye 

Belonwu 

Activities: 

Basketball (Winthrop High 

School), 10 

African American Club 1 1 

12 

Powder Puff 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in life 

Quotation: 

"You can be whatever you 

want to be if vou just try your 

best." 



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Paul Benefit 




Activities: 
Baseball 9, 11, 12 
Cross Country 1 2 
Winter Track 12 



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Danielle Bertoni 

Activities: 

ACapella 11, 12 

Chorus 9. 10. 11 Officer 12 

Debate 11. 12 

National Honor Society 10. 11 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

Peer Mediation 9. 10. 11, 12 

SADD 1 1, Executive Board 12 

School Council 9. 10. 11. 12 

Student Council 11, Treasurer 

Life Goal: 

To be a positive role model who 

leaves a lasting impression on the 

life of every child I meet. 




Sharon Blaine 

Activities: 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Hockey Manager 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To be on the Real World 

Quotation: 

"There is no greatness where 

there is no simplicity. 

goodness and truth." - Leo 

Tolstoy 




Sahadia A. Bleus 



Activities: 

Basketball 9, 10 

Volleyball 9. 10. 1 1 

Softball 10, 12 

Varsity Track and Field 10. 1 1. 12 

Powder Puff 12 

African American Club Vice President 

12 

Community Service 12 

Yearbook Stall 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To finish high school and attend college 

to become a physical therapist, and to 

mam a man with a successful job. and 

also have plenty of children with. 




Clint Benjamin 



Life Goal: 

To be a successful computer 

engineer. 

Quotation: 

"It's all about the 

Benjamins." 




Natalie Bonny 

Activities: 

Basketball 9 

Soccer 9 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Alliance 10, 11, 12 

African American Club 10. 

11, 12 

Oracle 12 

Community service 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in life and 

have my own business. 





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Melissa 
Bornstein 



Trazana "Traz" 
Brown 

Activities: 

Track 1 1 

Soccer 1 1 

ice Hockey 11.12 

Life goals: 

To finish college successfully 

and have a good career. 

Quotation: 

"I am not interested in the 

possibilities of defeat.'* - 

Queen Victoria 





Mark Buchanan 

Activity 

JY Varsity Basketball 11 

Varsity Basketball 12 

Spring Track 12 

African American Club 12 

Life goals: 

To become a successful sports 

trainer and electronic engineer. 

Quotation: 

"Sky's the limit. succe^ 

guaranteed." 




Kathy Carranza 

Activities: 

Soccer 1 2 

Life goals: 

To go to college and get my 

bachelor's and master's 

degree. 

To get married, have my own 

house, and have no rugrats. 

Quotation: 

"Don't wait to receive great 

things: be happy for what you 

have!"' 




Danene Branch 

Activities: 

Winter Track 10 

Spring Track 9. 10. 11. 12 

African-American Club 9. 10. 

11. 12 

Student Alliance 10. 11. 12 

Life goals: 

To accomplish all the things I 

want to do in life. 




Shanequa Carson 

Activities: 

African American Club 10. 

11. 12 

Step Squad 11.12 

SADD 1 1 

Life goals: 

To be a physical therapist or 

a teacher. 

Quotation: 

"Always do your best in 

whatever vou do." 



Amanda 
Mander" Carter 



C onorn B«inJ 9. 10. II. I" 
5ho»( 

Life ,:. 



•). 11. 12 
lad 
o hope 




Latisha 
Chamblain 



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Sharon Chan 



Activities: 

SADD9. 10 

Randolph International Club 9, 10, 11, 

12 

Student Council 9. 10, 11 

Track and field 9. 10 

Amnesty 1 1. 12 

Life goal: 

To have happiness and luck in whatever 

ldo. 

Quotation: 

"True friends last a lifetime, so hold on 

to what you have. They support you 

through all your times of need." 




Casper Chaneco 

Actvities: 

ROTC9 

Life goal: 

To become an engineer or 

computer programmer and to 

become successful. 

Quotation: 

"Vision is the art of seeing 

things invisible." - Jonathan 

Swift 





Celicia Chaung 



Activities: 

Student Council 9, 10, Spirit Co-Chair 

11. President^ 

Class Viee-President 4. 10 

National Honor Society 10. Service 

Chair 11. 12 

Show Choir 9. 10. 11, 12 

Chorus 9, 10. 11, 12 

A Capella Choir 9. 10, 1 1 

Powder Puff 11,12 

Randotph International Culture Club 

10, 11, 12 

Amnesty International 10. 11. 12 

Life Goals: 

To make my life meaningful, to li\e 

everyday as though it were my last, and 

to find the one I can grow old with 




Derrick Cheung 

Activities: 

Math Team 10. 11. 12 

International Club 10, 11, 12 

Computer Club 12 

Tennis Team 10, 11, 12 

Swim Team 1 2 

Life goal: 

To be wealthy and happy. 



Will Chin 



Activities: 

National Honor Society 11,12 

Blue and White Banner Lavout Editor. 

11. 12 

Math Team 9. 10. 11. 12 

Environmental Club Web Master 1 1. 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Theater Guild 11, 12 

Web Page Design Club 1 2 

Robotics Team 10. 12 

Life goal: 

To be happy and lo lead a virtuous life 



Lynn Christmas 





Wei-Chen Chu 




Meaghan 
Clements 



Activities: 

Student Council 9, 10. 1 1 

SADD 9 

Amnesty Inernational 9 

MASC and GBRSAC 1 1 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

Teacher's Aid 1 2 

Powder Puff 1 1. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be happy, to live a full life, and to go 

to Australia 









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Jason Cummins 

Life Goal: 

To serve in this country's 

military and have a good time 

doing it 

Quotation: 

"'No war was ever won by a 

Department of Defense." 




Natasha Deane 

Activities: 

Peer Drug .Alliance (Norfolk 

County Agricultural High School) 

10 

Marine Club (NCAHS) 10 

Softball (NCAHS) 10 

Life Goal: 

To be the most successful person 

in our graduating class 

Quotation: 

"We don't know a millionth of 

one percent about anything." - 

Thomas. Aha Edison 



Meghan DeOssie 

ActlVIt! 

Softball 9. 10, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

National Honor Societv 1 1, 

12 

- Leadership 12 

;>ting impression 
aliun: 

we will for life 
>hort but sweet for certain." - 
Maithcv.< Hand 



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Kimbcrly "Kim" 
Ann Diamond 



Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12 

Band 9. 10. 11. 12 

Show Choir 9. 10. 11 

Marching Band 9. 10. 11. 12 

A Capeila Choir 10. 1!. !2 

Life Goal: 

1 plan to go to college and become a 

.ssfu! dance teacher, dance 
choreographer, and mussc teacher. 
Quotation: 

"Beauty is harmon>. grace is melody- 
Juan Montalvo 




Vickie DoCanto 



Activities: 

Basketball 9 

Soccer 9 

African American Club 10. 

11 

SAARV 12 

Community Service 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in my own 

business and in life 



Stacey Doniger 



Actis: 

,'nal Honor Societ\ 10. II. 
.,-> 12 
National Junior Honor Society 9 
Peer Leadership 9. lit. . 
Sho« Choir 9. in. n. 12 
SADD 9. 10. I !. executive board 12 
Chorus 9. i n 
A Capelb Cho: 
Color Guard 9 
Life Goal: 

To be successful, to live a long. happ\ 
life, and to make a difference and be a 
positive influence in the h\es of others 
Quotation: 

"Shool for the moon. If you miss it. at 
ou will land among the stars."" - 
Les Bro« n 





Christine 
Donovan 

Life Goal: 

To succeed in whatever I do 

and still have fun while doing 

it 



Marsha 
Donovan 



Melissa 

Dowling 



Tiffany Elliot 





Rianardo "Rio 
Ellis 



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t Band 9. !& 11. 12 
Chorus 9. 10. li. 12 
Jazz Band 9. 1 12 

Show Choir 9. 10. 11. 12 
Teamwork 9, 10 
Theatre Guild 9. 10. 1 . 
A.R.T. 9. 10. 1 1 I 
RHTY9. 10. li. 12 
Spring Track 9 
Life Goal: 

To have my own DJ company, to have 
m> own recording label, and to have m> 
ow n TV studio 







Mike Erickson 



Activities: 
Hocke) 

Baseball 

Randolph Crossing Nursing 

Home volunteer 

Life Goal: 

To write for a sports page, to be a 

police officer, or to be goalie for 

the Bruins 

Quotation: 

"You can do anything if you 

believe in yourself. Don't let 

amone tell vou otherwise." 




Henry Etienne 



Brian Ishmael 
Evelyn 

Life Goal: 

To bo rich and famous 




Debbie Fan 

Activities: 

R.I.C. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To become a successful 

businesswoman 







Larry Farrow 

Life Goal: 

To be the most successful in 

anvthing I do throughout mv 

life 






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Tim Field 



Activities: 

Tennis 9. 10. 11, 12 

Winter Track 9. 10. 11 

( ross C ountrv Track 9 

Student Council 9. 10. 11 

Web Page Design Club 12 

Computer Club 12 

Life Goal: 

I plan to get my degree in 

computer science. 




Jay Finney 

Life Goal: 

1 plan to do the best that I 

can to become successful. 

Quotation: 

"Better late than never." 




Jonathan 

Feldman 



Activities: 

Soccer 9. 10. 11. 12 
Scudent Councils 10. 11. 12 
National Honor Society 10. 11. 12 
Peer Leadership 10, 11. 12 
Life Goal: 
To eat. drink, travel the world, and be 
merry- 
Quotation: 

'"It's crazy. I'm thinking, just knowing 
that the world is round. Am 1 nghl side 
up or upside down? Is this real or am I 
dreaming.''" - Dave Matthews Band 




Cliff Flucas 

Activities: 

Football 10. 11. 12 

Track 10. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To go to college and become a 

successful engineer 

Quotation: 

"Make the most of life. 

because you'll never know 

when it could end." 





Mary Franklin 



Maryanne Foley 

Activities: 

Community Service 9. 10. 11. 

12 

Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To continue my education in 

college and accomplish every 

goal I reach for 





Jaha Funches 



Activities: 

Football 

Track and Field 

SAARV 

African American Club 

Life Goal: 

To become a great musician 

under my own production 

company 



Frank Gallagher 



Activities: 

Oracle 11,12 

Theatre Guild 9. 10. 12 Manager 1 1 

Show Choir 1 ), 10. U. 12 

SADD 11, 12 

Blue& White Banner 11. 12 

National Honor Society 11,12 

Environmental Club 10. 1 1. Secretary 

12 

Marching Band 9, 10, 11 

Chorus 9, 10, 11. 12 

Math Team 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To always work to my lull potential and 

to never sell myself short 





Stephanie Gately 



vines: 
Team 9, 10 
Community Service 9. 10. 11, 12 
Chorus 9, 12 
Life Goal: 

To be successful in everything I 
do 

Quotation: 

"If >ou always keep your face to 
the sunshine. you*H never see the 
shadows." - Helen Keller 



Kim Garner 



Activities: 

SADD 11. 12 

Student Council Homeroom Rep 1 1 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

Yearbook 12 

Powder Puff 1 J, 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in any career path I 

choose and to be happ> 

Quotation: 

"Now at last 1 have come to sec what 

life is. Nothing is ever ended. 

everything only begun, and the brave 

victories seem so splendid are never 

really won." - Sara Teasdale 





Gerard George 





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Michael George 




Mitsouka 
Gervais 



Michael Gervino 



Activities: 
Soccer 9, 10, 11. 
Life Goal: 
To be successful 



12 






Kelly "Stretch" 
Graziano 

Activitk 
Soccer 9 
Softball 9, 10. 12 

ketball <->, 10, 11 
Chorus '>, 10, 11, 12 
SAIM) 12 

derPuff 11 
Life Goal: 

To be happy with whatever I 
do in life 





Scott A. Gol 



Activities: 

National Honor Society 10, Vice 

President II. President 12 

Theatre Guild 9. 10. 12. Stage Mgr. 1 1 

Blue & White Banner Editor-in-Chief 

10. II. 12 

School Committee Rep. 10. 11. 12 

Math Team 9, 10. 11. 12 

RHTV9. 10. 11. 12 

Student Council 9, 10, 11. 12 

Harvard Model Congress 10 

American Legion Boys' State I I 

Quotation: 

"So many worlds, so much to do. 

So little done, such things to be." 

— Alfred, Lord Tennyson "In 

Mcmoriam" 




Jessica Glaskin 



Activities: 

National Honor Society 10, 11 

National Junior Honor Society 

Student Council 10. 11, 12 

SADD 11,12 

Peer Mediation 9. 10. II. 12 

Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Life Goal: 

To have a positive effect on man 

Quotation: 

"One act of human kindness can 

many." 








Jenny Gomes 

Activities: 

African American Club 1 1 , 

12 

Powder Puff 1 2 



Neal Chayim 
Greenstein 



Activities: 

Marching Band 9. 10. II. 12 

Concert Band 9. 10. 11. 12 

Concert Choir 9, 10. 11. 12 

Show Choir 9. 10. II. 12 

A < appella 9 

Rl( 11, 12 

Ainnesh International 12 

Jazz Band I I 

\ R.T. 9, 10, II, 12 

Life Coal: 

To achieve a doctorate in Spanish and 

lo educate the young minds of America 





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Vaibhavi 
Gunderia 



Activities: 

Blue & White Banner 9. 10. 11.12 
Math Team II, 12 
National Honor Society 11.12 
Environmental Club 1 1 
Physics Row Captain 12 
Life Goal: 
To he a physician 
Quotation: 

"We write our own destiny. We become 
what we do." - Madame Chiang Kai- 
Shek 



Rori Hayes 



Activities: 

Softball 10. 11. 12 

Soccer 9 

Basketball 9, 1 2 

SADD 12 

Powder Pu (Til. 12 

Chorus 9, 10. 11, 12 

Life Goal: 

To become a motivational crossing 

guard 

Quotation: 

"To find true friends in a lifetime is 

good fortune: to keep them is a 

blessing." - Baltasar Gracian 





Yolanda "Ya-Ya" 
Harris 



Activities: 

Basketball 10. 1 1 

African American Club 9. 10. 12. Vice 

President i I 

Peer Mediauon 9. 10. 11. 12 

SWRV 10. !!. 12 

Harvard Mode! Congr*. - 

Powder Pu IT 11. 12 

Oracle Sales Manager 1 2 

Teacher's Aide 11.12 

Spring Track 9. 1 2 

Winter Track 12 

Life Goal: 

To be famous and make that paper 



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Allyssa Healy 

Activities: 

Softball 9. 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

SADD 12 

Quotation: 

"You know you get it if it 

makes you feel good.** - Janis 

Joplin 



Christopher 

Hannioan 

Activites: 

President of the Class, 1 1 

RHTV v. 10. 11. 12 

Debate Cub President 10. 11. 12 

Oracle Co-Eduor in Chief 12 

Chess Club 10 

Student Council 9. 10. 11. 12 

ExecutiveBoard 11.12 

Math Team 10. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To Be President of the L'nited States 

Quotation: 

"'The day we see before us is nothing 

more than the sura of even, past 

sunrise, and nothing less than the spark 

of every future dawn." 




Tiffany 
Harvard 




John Healey 

Activities: 

Football 9. 10. 11. 12 

Track 9 

Wrestling 10 

Golf 9. 10. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful at whatever I 

do 

Quotation: 

"Strong is he who masters his 

own spirit." - proverb 




Kristin Healy 



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Terence Herrera 



Activities: 
Wrestling 12 




Joshua 
Hipsman 



Helen Hoi-Ling 
Ho 



Activities: 

Oracle Co-Editor-in-Chief 12 
Theatre Guild 11,12 
RJHTV 9. 10. 11. 12 

Environmental Club 1 2. set. & treas. 

10, treasurer 1 1 

Math Team 10. 11, 12 

ART. 9, 10. 11 

SAUD-J. 10 

Life Goal: 

To fly to the edge of the world, to see 

and experience everything I can. and to 

enjo) every single moment of 

consciousness 





Darne'qua 
Holloman 



Connie Hui 



Activities: 

Asian Culture Club 9. 10 

International Club Secretary 11.12 

v\DD9, 10, 11. 12 

Math Team 9. 10 

Robotics Club 9 

Amnesty Internationa! 10, 1 1, 12 

Tutor li) 

Office Aide 10 

Peer Leadership 12 

Lift Goal: 

To achieve all 1 can and make the most 

of every opportunity 1 get 




Megan Jerene 
Hutchings 

Activities: 

Environmental Club 9 

Life Goal: 

To be an actress 

Quotation: 

l, I have promises to keep and 

miles to go before I sleep and 

miles to go before I sleep.*' — 

Robert Frost 



Mehul Jhaveri 



Activities: 

Oracle Business Manager 12 
Theatre Guild II, 12 
Tennis I). 12 

leadership 12 
Amnesty International 9, 10, 11,12 
Stxxxr II 
SAARV 12 

Studer.i ( ouncil 12 

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I ilc final: 
I o be a doc 




Andronique 
Joseph 

Activities: 

Volleyball 9. 10 (St. Clare 

High) 

Volleyball 12 (Madison 

Tech. Voc. High) 

African American Club 

Life Goal: 

I plan on succeeding in my 

major and having a family in 

the future years. 




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Beatrice Joseph 



Activities: 

African American Club 9. 10. 11. 

12 

Peer Mediator 9. 10. 11. 12 

Student Alliance 12 

Spring Track 10. II. 12 

Gymnastics 9, 10. 11. 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Lite Goal: 

To succeed and be happy in 

even, thing I do and to leave a 

positive impression on those I 

meet 




Pete Karoul 

Activities: 

Basketball 9 

Baseball 11 

Football 9. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in life and to 

make a lot of money 

Quotation: 

"It's not enough to be good if 

you have the ability to be 

better." - .Alberta Lee Cox 








Christopher 
Keene 





Nathan Khaw 

Activities: 

Tennis 10. captain 11, 12 

Basketball 10. 11 

Life Goal: 

To live up to my expectations 

and to become an accountant 

or financial advisor 

Quotation: 

"Do unto others as you would 

want them to do to you." 



Alex Duy Kiem 

Life Goal: 

To enter electrical 

engineering, to benefit 

mankind, and to make money 

Quotation: 

"You should always think 

about others, not always 

about yourself" 




Krzysztof Klim 





Kevin Kneeland 

Activities: 

FBLA9 

FLNHS 10. 11, 12 

NHS 12 

Life Goal: 

To go to college and be a 

successful businessman. 1 would 

like to possibly run my own 

business. 

Quotation: 

"Every new beginning comes from 

some other beginning's end." - 

Semisonic "Closine Time" 




Agapi Korosidis 

Activities: 
SADD 9. 10 

Student .Alliance 9, 10, 11 
Class Treasurer 9 
Chorus 9. 10, 11, 12 
Quotation: 

"We're always getting ready- 
to live, but never living.'" - 
Ralph Waldo Emerson 







A. Jay Krumins 




Valerie Kuipers 

Activities: 

Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12 

SaDD 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Life goal: 

To be known as someone v. ho 

did for others instead of for 

herself 



Eddery Lam 

Activities: 

International Club 9, 10, 11 
Tennis 1 1 

Environmental Club 9 
Life Goal: 
To be a successful economist 




Elaine Lam 





Dan Lampert 



Activities: 

Football 9, 10. 11. 12 

Wrestling 10 





Chris Lampner 



Concert Band 9, iO, ii. 12 

Jazz Band ! 

Life Goal: 

M\ goal is to continue the eternal qu 

for conlentment and success, and 

find out how many licks it takes to get 

to the Tootsie Roil center of a Tootsie 

Pop. 

•;on: 
"Before you judge me. take a look : 
you. Can"! >ou find son., 
do? Point the finger, si; 
understand. Arrogance and ignorance 
go hand in hand." - Metallica 



Jerry "J-Roc" 

Langston 

Activit. 

Basketball 9, 10, 11. 12 

I ootball 9 

LifeC 

ffto college, to go on 
I be successful in life, and 
to travel around the world 





Mardy Lay 




Diana Wing Yu 
Lee 

Activities: 

International Club 10, 11, 12 

Oracle 1 2 

Library Aide 11,12 

Student Laboratory' Aide 12 

Life Goal: 

To become a successful 

doctor 





Kimberly 
Levinson 



Activities: 

Chorus 9, 10, 11 

Life Goal: 

To overcome all obstacles 

that come my way 

Quotation: 

"Take life one day at a time 

and always expect the 

unexpected.*' 



Josh Lee 

Activities: 

Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Life Goal: 

To live long and prosper 

Quotation: 

"If you can't win, make the 

fellow ahead of you break the 

record." 





Daniel Lewis 



Danielle 
Litterio 






Adrien 
Lochard, Jr. 



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Jamie Loo 



Activities: 

Oracle Copv Editor 1 2 
RHTV 12 
NHS 10. 11. 12 

Concert Band 9. 10. 11. 12. Secretary 
Chorus 10, 11, 12 

Blue & White Banner 9, 10, Editor-in 
Chief 1 1, 12 

Varsity Track & Field 9. 10, 1 1 . 1 2 
Life Goal: 

To be a happy successful writer or 
broadcast journalist 
Quotation: 

"Give me somewhere to stand, and 1 
will move the earth," - Archimedes 





Kate Lowenthal 



Activities: 

Jazz Band 9, 10. 11, 12 

Band 9, 1 0, Treasurer 1 1 , Vice 

President 12 

SADD 11. 12 

SAARV 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To travel around the world and 

pursue a career in science 

Quotation: 

"It can't rain all the time.'' - Eric 

Drasen. "The Crow" 



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Stacy Lowenthal 



Activities: 

SADD 11. 12 

Powder Puff 11. 12 

SAARV 12 

Peer Tutor 9 

Peer Leadership 1 1 . 

Life Goal: 

To become a child 

psychologist 



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Benedick Glenn 
Manzano 



\cti\ ittes: 
RACC9, 10 

RIC II. 12 

SADD 9. 10 

Tennis 9 

Track I I 

Computer Club 1 2 

Web Page Design Club 1 2 

National Honor Socieu 11.12 

Student Council 1 1 

Life Goal: 

To become a successful computer 

science major, a world famous DJ. and 

ha\e mam- children 



Bob Mason 

Activities: 

Hockey 1 1. Captain 12 

Life Goal: 

To open a pub 




Don Christian 
Mateo 

Activities: 

RIC 10, 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be a successful computer 

engineer and computer 

scientist 

Quotation: 

"Believe, sacrifice, and love 

are the best ways to get our 

goals.*' 



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Gerald Mateo 

Activities: 

RIC 10, 11 

Life Goal: 

To be the best mechanic in 

the world 

Quotation: 

"'Students without education 

don't have ambition." 




James 
Mc Bride, Jr. 



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Chris McLaughlin 



Life Goal: 

To be a rodeo clown 

Quotation: 

'•Watch out now!" - Cuba 

Gooding Jr. ? 



Michael Mentor 




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Casey 
Metherall 





Marcelino Montes 

Activities: 

Basketball 9. 10. 

Life Goal: 

To deserve and reach all my 

goals I ever worked for 

Quotation: 

'"Money, power, and respect 

is the kev to life." 



Nelson Moi 

Activities: 
SADD 11. 12 

Amnesty International 11.12 
RICC 11. 12 
SAARV 12 
Computer Club 12 
Literary Magazine 12 
Life Goal: 

To meet all of life's challenges 
and never give up 





Joanne Lee Moy 

Activities: 

Class secretary 9. 10. I i 

Chorus 9. 1 

Amnesty International Vice President 9. 

President 10 

National Honor Society 10. 1 1. 12 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Phvsics Row Captain 12 

A Capella 1 1 

Environmental Club 9. 10 

Life Goal: 

To be happy, healthy, and wise and to 

be a philanthropist 

Quotation: 

""Live as if you will die tomorrow, but 

learn as if you will live forever." - 

Ghandi 



Derrick Muff 




Chris Murphy 

Activities: 

Football Captain 9. 10. 11. 12 

Winter Track Captain 9. 10. II. 

12 

Spring Track Captain 9, 10, 11. 

12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Life Goal: 

To end up with more than- 1 

started with 

Quotation: 

"I did the best I could with what I 

had at the time." 





Arun Nagarajan 

Activities: 

Soccer 11.12 

Tennis 11.12 

Math Team 11, 12 

Oracle 1 2 

SAARV 12 

Computer Club 12 

Life Goal: 

To be a computer engineer 

Quotation: 

"I don't believe in miracles...! 

relv on them." 




Linsonjude 
"Linson" Naval 



Activities: 

National Honor Society 12 

Oracle 12 

Senior Video 12 

RHTV9. 10, 11. 12 

Math Team V. 10. 11. 12 

Theatre Guild 11. 12 

Environmental Club 10, 11, 12 

Blue & White Banner 11,12 

Amnesty International 11, 12 

Life Goal: 

To live life as best as I can while 

appreciating every aspect and nuance 






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Nadia Neil 




Robert Norton 



Gregory 

O'Donnell 

Activities: 

Basketball 9, 10, 11. 12 

Baseball 9, 1(3. 11. 12 

Tutor 10 

Life Goal: 

To be successful and make a lot of 

mone> 

Quotation 

"Persistence and determination 

are omnipotent." - Calvin 

Coolidge 





Suzanne O'Toole 



Activ 

Environmental Club 1 1. President 12 

Theatre Guild 11. II 

SADD II, 12 

1 2 

te 11. 12 

. rmer Sports Editor 1 1 , 
12 

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d fuppy life and 
■tmen! with my family 




Allison O'Meara 



Activities: 

Chorus 9. 1 2 

RHTV 9 

Environmental Club 9 

Life Goal: 

To graduate college with honors. 

to have an anthology of poems 

published, to learn how to play 

the piano, to travel to Europe, and 

myself on a poster 
Quotation: 

if you're not yourself, who are 
you going to be?" 



Lauren O'Malley 



Activities 

Spring Track 9, 10 

Winter Track 10 

Student Council 9. 10. 11. 12 

Peer Mediation 9. 10. 11. 12 

Arunest> International !0. IS, 12 

International Club 10. 11. 12 

SAARV 10. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful in everything 1 do. to 

make myself and others happy, to stay 

passionate about life, and to leave my 

impact on the world 

Quotation: 

"Always believe what your own eyes 

see." - Reggie Lewis 











Kelly O'Neil 

Activities: 

Student Council 9, 1 
Peer Leadership 1 2 
SADD 12 
Life Goal: 
To leave an imprint 
Quotation: 
"Friendship is like a 
phosphorescence - it is seen 
best in the darkness." - Emily- 
Dickinson 



Uchenna Chioma 
Okereke 

Activities: 

African American Club 10, 12, 

President 1 1 

Homeroom Rep 10, 1 1 

Class Secretary 1 2 

National Honor Society IM 

Amnesty International 12, Publicity 

Officer 1 1 

SAARV 12 

SADD 11 

Basketball 9. 10. 11 

Track 9. 10. II. 12 

Life Cioal: 

To lea\e an indelible mark in society 






David Oksman 



Activities: 

Class President 1 2 

Class Vice President 1 1 

Peer Leadership 10, II, 12 

Jazz Band 10. II, 12 

SADD 10. 11. 12 

Student Council 11.12 

Show Choir 9. 10 

Band 9. 10. 11. 12 

National Honor Society 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful, to travel the world. 

and to achieve nirvana 

Quotation: 

"The greatest test of courage on Earth is 

to bear defeat without losing heart." - 

Robert Green Ingcrsoll 





Olivia Olivenza 



Kevin "Checo" 
Pacheco 

Activitcs: Varsity Soccer 9 
Life Goal: 

To get a college education, get 
married, and start a family 




Justin Pantano 



Roshni Patel 



Activites: 

National Honor Society 1 1 . Treasurer 
12 

Class Treasurer 10. 1 1 
Amnesty International 9. 10, 1 1. Vice- 
President 12 

Student Council 10, II, Executive 
Board 12 

Randolph International Club 10, 1 1. 12 
Tutoring 10. 11. 12 
Life Goal: 

To lead people in need and to live life 
to the fullest 
Quotation: 

"To infinity and beyond." — Buzz 
Lightyear from "Toy Story" 








Tapan Patel 

Activites: 

Amnesty International 10, 1 1 

Soccer Team 1 1 



Rachel Pazyra 



Activites: 

Chorus 9. 10. 11. 12 

A Capella 1 2 

Show Choir 11, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

SAARV 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Powder Puff 11.12 

Life Goal: 

To follow my dream> and always be 

happy 

Quotation: 

"Some people come into our lives and 

quickly go. Some stay for awhile, leave 

footprints on our hearts and we are 

never ever the same." 




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Khoa Pham 





liana Potischman 

Life Goal: 

To prove my parents wrong 

and anyone else who doubted 

me 

>tation: 
''Life is a preparation for 
death.'" 



Sasha Perron 



Activites: 

Speech Team (Plymouth North) 9. 10 

Chorus 10. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

Attend college, teach high school history 

Quotation: 

"Be not afraid of those who can kill 

your body but not your soul, instead be 

afraid of the one who can kill both body 

and soul in hell" — Matthew 10:28 




Bethanie Petit 
Frcrc 

Activites: 

JROTCUohn D. O'Bryant School) 9, 10 

African-American Club 11.12 

Literary Maga/ine 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To be a Spanish teacher or a performing 

arts teacher 

Quotation: 

'•Remember that in life you have to be 

who you're going to be, for you. 

Nobody can hold you down unless you 

let them." 



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Mark Pomerleau 



Activites: 

Community Theater 9. 10. 11 

Chess Club 11, 12 

Alternative Sports Club 1 1 

African-American Club 1 1. 

Peer Mediation 12 

Life Goal: 

To be sucessful. become a child 

psychologist, and light against racism 

Quotation: 

"Racist people are uneducated, 

ignorant, self-centered people" 



Erica Pockell 






Activites: 

Show Choir 9, 10,11, 12 

Theater Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 

itrv 11, 12 








rship 1 2 
ACapella9, 10, 12 
Chorus 9, 10, II, 12 
Life Goal: 

To live my life to the fullest 
Quotation: 

"Every new beginning comes from some 
other beginning's end" — Semisonic 




Ariel Potischman 



Activites: 
Soccer 11.12 




Marianne Powers 

Activites: 

Football Chccrleading 9, 

1 1. Captain 12 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To be happy, successful, and 

have no regrets in whatever I 

do 

Quotation: 

"It's not enough to be good if 

you have the ability to be 

better." — Alberta Lee Cox 




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Keith Powell 




Erica Radziewicz 

Activites: 

Swim team 9. 1 

Life Goal: 

To look 20 when I'm 40 





Jaclyn T. 
Richardson 



Jen Ramey 

Activites: 

Softball*). 10. 11. Captain 12 
Basketball 9$11, Captain 12 
SADD 12 
PowdcrputTll, 12 
Life Goal: 

Make a lasting impression 
wherever I go 
Quotation: 

"Do not follow where the path 
may lead, go instead where there 
is no path and leave a 
trail." — Ralph Waldo Emerson 




Hayda L. Rivera 

Activities: 

Basketball 9 • 

Quotation: 

*'You can't move forward in 

life if you keep looking back." 



Laurie Ramey 

Activites: 

Softball 9, 10, 11. 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Powder Puff 11.12 

Life Goal: 

To make all of my dreams 

become reality 





Nakia Robinson 




Brendan A. 
Roche 



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Jill Rosa 



Activites: 

Tutor 11, 12 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

Lite Goal: 

To never stop being myse 

Quotation: 

"A friend is one who lav 

us, but loves us 

anyway." — Anonymous 




Melissa Russo 

Life Goal: 

To be sucessful in everything 

Ida 



Darnel Saint- 
Louis 

Life Goal: 

To be a doctor and to be 

sucessful in life 

Quotation: 

'"Representing Haiti to the 

fullest - money, power, and 

respect is the key to life." 





Joshua A. Sandals 



\cli\ iles: 

Soccer 9, 10. ft , 1 2 

I heater Guild 9, 10,11. 12 

Student Council 9. 10. 11. 12 

National Honor Society 11,12 

Enviromemal Club 11,12 

Oracle 12 

Life Goal: 

To one day be able to look at 

yearbook and reali/e exactly 

should have written here 

Quotation: 

"This is my life, and this is my time. I 

have been given the freedom to do as I 

see fit. It's high time I raised the walls 

that I've constructed." — R.E.M 



Mike Sandler 

Life Goal: 

To be able to do every thi 

I've always wanted to do 

Quotation: 

"Live for today, worry about 

the rest later." 






Sarah Jenifer 
Sandler 

Activites: 

Enviromental Club 9 
Theater Guild 9, 10, 11 
Chorus 9. 11. 12 
Student Council 9 
Life Goal: 

To hit the lottery the first 
time I play 



Angel Santiago 





Alex Santos 

Activites: 

Football 12 

Life Goal: 

To own my own bowlarama 

Quotation: 

"It's only cheating if you get 

caught." — Al Bundy 






Danielle 
Schuster 




Danielle 
Severance 

Activites: 

SADD 12 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Hockey Manager 1 2 

Life Goal: 

Succeed and be happy 

Quotation: 

"Get loose!" 




Shahab 
Shahzad 



Tamimu 
Shyllon 




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David Shoenig 

Activities: 

Varsity Soccer 9. 10, II, 

Captain 12 

Jazz Band 9. 10. 11. 12 

Concert Band 9. 10, 11. 12 

SAARV 12 

Band Manager 1 1 

Marching Band Manager 9. 

10, 11. 12 

Quotation: 

"Pain is only temporary, but 

pride is forever." 



Damien Singh 








Sasha Singh 

Activities: 

Freshman Girls Basketball 9 

Peer Leadership 10, 11, 12 

National Honor Socierv 10. 11, 12 

SADD 10 

Life Goal: 

To meet as many people along my 

way to becoming more than I ever 

dreamed 

Quotation: 

"Don't let yesterday take up too 

much of today." - Will Rogers 




Rosaline Smith 



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Sandra Marie 

Smith 

Activities: 

Student Council 9. 10. 11 

SADD 1 1 

Amnestv International 1 1 

Tutor 10. 12 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To be wealthy and successful in 

everything I do 

Quotation: 

"Everything you do today affects 

tomorrow." 




Terry Smith 

Activities: 

Softball 9. 10 

Powder Puff 11, 12 

Life Goal: 

To become an elementary 

school teacher 

Quotation: 

"Friendship is the only 

cement that will ever hold the 

world together.'" - Woodrow 

Wilson 



Justin Spellman 

Activities: 

Wrestling 9. 10. Captain 11. 
12 

Life Goal: 

To accept whatever swings 
my way 
Quotation: 
'Have fun." 





Jia'tahey " Jia" 
Stallings 

Life Goal: 

To go to law school and to 

live in California 

Quotation: 

"Life is too short. Live it up. 





Lindsey Steinberg 

Activities: 

Oracle Photography Editor 1 2 

Student Council 11,12 

Powder Puff 11.12 

SADD 11, 12 

Peer Leadership 11,12 

Life Goal: 

To he a princess 

Quotation: 

"What I want is not what I've got. 

but what I need is all around me." 

- Dave Matthews Band 




Kenneisha 
Storach 

Activities: 

African American Club 1 1 

Life Goal: 

To be real in even thing I do 

and to always get money. I 

want to be rich, powerful, anc 

well respected. 

Quotation: 

"Money, power, and respec 

is what vou need in life!' 

Kim 



Sean Sullivan 



lies: 
Fresh nun Football 9 
Jr Varsitv Football 10. 11 
Varsits Football 1112 
Gotf9. 10. 11. 12 

jncil 10. II, 12 
ill 9 
• -ill 1 1 
i 12 

hip 10, I I, 12 

■-'■• and famous, to create 
it is all said and 
door ' ilutel) no regrets 




Ah Ting "Angela" 
Tarn 

Activities: 

RIC It. 12 

Life Goal: 

To become a doctor 

someone else that works in a 

hospital 



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Carlo 
Tardanico 




Heather Tatel 

Life Goal: 

To be a tattoo artist and own 

my own studio 




Helen Tong 

Activities: 

RIC9, 10, 11, President 12 

Amnesty International 9. 10, 12, 

President 1 1 

SADD9. 10, 11, 12 

Math Team 9. 10. II, 12 

National Honor Society 11,12 

Life Goal: 

To see children smile and be able 

to paint their pictures in order for 

others to smile as well 




Victoria Tatel 



Life Goal: 

J want to be rich and 

successful. 





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Solomon 
Thompson 



Danishia M. 
Torres 







Kim Truong 



Activities: 

National Honor Society 10. ! 1. 12 

Student Council 9. 10. 11.12 

Theatre Guild 10. 11,12 

Environmental Club 9. 10. 1 1. 12 

A.R.T. 9, 10, 11. 12 

RHTV 10,11,12 

Math Team in. n. 12 

Oracle 12 

Powder Pu.'T 1 2 

Blue & White Banner 10, i 1 

Chorus 10. 11 

Quotation: 

"We are all angels with but one wing. 

And only by embracing each other can 

we fly." - Luciano De Orescenzo 




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Tiffany Tull 



Activities. 

African American Club 10, 11, 12 

Oracle 12 

Peer Mediation 9, 10. II. 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Varsity Track & Field 9, 10. 12 

SAARV 10, 11, 12 

Community Service 12 

Peer Leadership 12 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Life Goal: 

To stay true to myself and my loyal 

friends and to never forget where I 

came from even « hen I become rich 

and famous 



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Eddie Turner 



Activities: 

Baseball 10. 12 

Life Goal: 

To have a successful life, a 

good paying job, and a fa: 




Ralph Valliere 




Lance Vara 

Activities: 

Hockey 11. 12 
Baseball 1 2 
Life Goal: 

To be successful and to have 
fun 

Quotation: 

'Enjoy the little things, for 
one day. you may look back 
and discover they were the 
big things." 




Ana Villaf uerte 




Cindy Vu 





Jess Wehle 

Activities: 

Varsitv Swim Team 9. JO. 1 1, 

12 

Student Council 9, 10, 1 1 

Powder Puff 11.12 

Theatre Guild 9. 10. 11. 12 

Life ( ioal: 

e a veterinarian 
Quotation: 

"Pain is temporan Pride is 
lurever." 





Emily Diana 
Weiss 

Activities: 

Band 9. 10, Librarian 11, 12 

Chorus 10. 12 

Theatre Guild 9 

Marching Band 9, 10, 

Lite Goal: 

To have fun and enjoy life where 

ever it takes me 

Quotation: 

"A dream is a wish your heart 

makes." - Cinderella (Walt 

Disney) 



Chris Walker 

Activities: 

Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 

RHTV 10 

Sr. S.E.M.S.B.A. 

ART. 10 

Life Goal: 

To earn an infinite supply of 

money and buy everything I've 

ever wanted 

Quotation: 

"Hey Yeah! I'm the one that you 

wanted. Hey Yeah! I'm the 

SuperBeast." - Rob Zombie 







Benjamin Wight 



Quotation: 

"Don't forget where you came 
from because you'll never 
know where you're going..." 
Method Man 



Eliza Wong 

Activities: 

Band 9. 10, 11 

Chorus & Scholarship Night 

accompanist 9, 10, 11, 12 

Math Team 9, 10, II, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Environmental Club 10, 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be a biomedical engineer and a 

pianist 

Quotation: 

"Vision is the art of seeing things 

invisible." - Jonathan Swift 





Kristen 
Wilczynski 

Activities 

Peer Mediation 9. 10. 11, 12 

SADD 11. 12 

Student Council 11. 12 

National Honor Society 11. 12 

Peer Leadership 1 2 

ij?z Band 10 

Concert Band 4. 10. 11. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be happy with whatever path I 

choose to follow and learn as much as 

possible along the way 




Lacasha Wilburn 

Life Goal: 

To be a successful black 

woman who worked hard to 

accomplish all her goals 

Quotation: 

"A queen always maintains 

her throne, so let it be known. 

You heard!" - Lil Kim 



Heleny Wong 

Activities: 

Randolph International Club 

10. 11, 12 

Amnesty International 

Publicity Officer 12 

SAARV 12 

Life Goal: 

To be successful, to live a 

happy life, to work for Pepsi, 

and to travel the world 




Nathan Witmer 



Activities: 

Cross Country 1 0. 1 1 . 1 2 
Indoor & Outdoor Track 9. 10. 11. 12 
Football 9 
ART. 9. 10. 11. 12 
Oracle 1 2 
Life Goal: 

To be successful, to graduate college, 
and to get married 
Quotation: 

"Whatever happens, there will be no 
turning back." - General Ulysses S. 
Grant 





Mercedia Wai 
Man Wong 

Activities: 

Band 9. 10. 11 

Chorus & Scholarship Nisiht 

accompanist 9. 10. 11. 12 

Math Team 9. 10. 11 

NHS 11, 12 

Environmental Club 10. II. 12 

Life Goal: 

To be a physician 

Quotation: 

"Don't let others tell you what you can 

and can't do - only you can tell that to 

yourself." 




Moria Wong 



Activities: 
R1C9. 10. 11, 12 
Amnesty International 10. 11. 12 
Math Team 9. 10 
SADD 9 
Robotics Club 9 
NHS 11. 12 
Life Goal: 

To have a road to travel yet never set 
foot on that path 
Quotation: 

"Life taps you on one shoulder but all 
too often appears over the other." 



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Julian Worrell 

Activities: 

Traded 10. 11. 12 

African American Club 9. 10. 

11. 12 

SA\RV 12 

Life Goal: 

To have a beautiful family 

and to make mad papers 







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The following seniors are not pictured: 

Roberto Federico. Bernadette Harrison. Matthew Johnson, Jellie Lebreton, Scott Mitchell. Catherine Rebell, and Ashley Sturtevant 






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In just a young life, Mike DeGrechie has filled many 
roles for many different people in Randolph. To some, 
he has been a son. To others, he has been a team- 
mate. Still others have just known him as a friend. 
Not everyone has had the fortune to know Mike 
closely, but those who did received a very special 
blessing. While the times were never so easy for Mike 
as for the rest of us, he never tired in trying to help 
others. Whether offering advice to a classmate or a 
word of encouragement to a fellow hockey player, 
Mike has always smiled with a trademark humor that 
few can match. For everything, Mike, thank you. 
The Class of 1999, along with the friends and family 
of Mike DeGrechie, has endured great pains in the 
past year. Mike, we are all grateful for your special 
qualities for your smile on a rainy day, for your 
confidence on the ice, and for that break of laughter 
in the middle of a boring homeroom period. Whatever 
you need in the coming years, Mike, you have count- 
less friends at Randolph High who will be willing to 
lend a hand. 







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Seniors Staying Close 























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Class Officers 




Senior Officers 



Back: Dave Oksman, Lauren O'Malley 
Front: Uchenna Okereke, Nafeesah Dambreville 




Sophomore Officers 



Pres. Vanessa Kavanaugh, V.P. Heather MacGrcgor 
Sec. Stephanie Hill, Trea. Eric Chalfin 



Junior Officers 



Pres. Matt Morrell, V.P. Dat Quach 
Trea. Jill Brodil, Sec. Vera Leung 





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Freshmen Officers 



Back: Sec. Annette Banks, Trea. Aaron Fellman: 
Front: Pres. John Connors, V.P. Justin Joyce 



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Aesthetic Restoration 
Team 

The Aesthetic Restoration Team is a 
group of junior and senior high school 
students who devote much of their time 
and energy to creating masterpieces 
throughout the school building in order 
to promote school spirit and to help 
achieve a pleasant atmosphere by dis- 
playing student talent and creativity. 



Back: D. Mclver. J. Loo. P. Nguyen. S. Morris. C. McAdams, Ms. Ellis, 
K. Truong; Middle: C. Hannigan. N. Witmer, D. LaCivita, J. Kolikof. 
D. Patel: Front: D. Slapak. R. Ellis 



African-American 
Club 

The African American Club has been in exist- 
ence for many years at Randolph Jr./Sr. High 
School. Our advisors for the school year, 
1998-1999, are Mrs. M. Campbell and her 
assistant, Mrs. I. Jones. They offered their 
time to help refine the club and, as members, 
we are grateful. During the great successes of 
the club, we have coordinated a can drive, a 
fashion show, a skiing trip, a trip to view the 
movie "Amistad", and a Black History 
Month Assembly. The African American 
Club is here to provide insight about our 
culture and decrease ignorance, and we would 
like to expand the African-American Club to 
surrounding schools, with the hopes of meet- 
ing occasionally to find ways of strengthening 
the African-American community. 




Advisor: Ms. Campbell; Seniors Only: Y. Harris, S. Bleus, B. Petit- 
Frere, J. Worrell, M. Gervais, U. Okereke, T. Tull, J. Gomes, N. Neil, B. 
Joseph, N. Bonny, D. Branch, G. Baldwin, C. Belonwu, R. Zamor, C. 
Benjamin, L. Farrow, M. Buchanan 




Back: S. Chaung. T. Mau, D. Lambert, N. Moi. M. Jhaveri, C. Chaung, 
I Ilui. P. Pang, A. Tong, J. Loo, B. Poon, E. O'Malley; Middle: K. 
Wong, K. Wong, N. Greenstein, S. Murphy, Z. Gonzales, T. Beato, U. 
Okereke. H. long. ('. Ihu. D. Oksman. L. Naval; Front: T. Desai. H. 
Wong. S. Chan, Mrs. Tower, M. Wong. R. Patel, L. O'Mallcy 



Amnesty 
International 

We, as Americans, can exercise our 
rights via demonstration and campaigns 
for freedom and justice throughout the 
world. Although we take these rights for 
granted, human rights are violated seri- 
ously every day. The Randolph chapter 
of Amnesty International strives, along 
with the other chapters of this worldwide 
organization, to bring about peace and 
liberty. 



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Blue & White 
Banner 

The Blue and White Banner is the offi- 
cial student newspaper of Randolph Jun- 
ior/Senior High School. The BWB is pro- 
duced solely by students, and is a source 
of pride to our school. Our staff is com- 
mitted to publishing a high-quality, up- 
beat, informative newspaper for the stu- 
dent body and community, with the goal 
of informing others about the positive 
activities taking place at RHS. 





Back: K. Truong. B. Poon. D. Jar. P. Pang. T. Tom. F. Gallagher. A. 
Tong. M. Jhaveri. J. Sandals. L. Naval. V. Gunderia. M. Wong. H. Ho: 
Front: C. Hannigan. C. Cornish. J. Loo. S. Golder. W. Chin. S. OToole 



Chess Club 



At the chess club, students can learn to think 
ahead. You can't just move pieces randomly, 
hoping your opponent might just give up his 
king. It has to do with planning ahead, just like 
real life. A person can tell the skill of the 
opponent by his first move. The pawn is the 
smallest piece in chess, but its structure often 
means how well you will do in the game. All 
the pieces in chess work together to form a 
game, as all things you do. no matter how big 
or small, form vour life. 



Back: J. Suh. A. Parisi. Mr. Christopher. Front: S. 
Ferreti. J. Bleuzen 



Chorus (Seniors) 

The Select Chorus at Randolph Jun- 
ior/Senior High School represents some 
of the best and most talented vocal stu- 
dents the school has to offer. They are a 
diverse group which contributes to the 
students' appreciation of music. 




Back: T. Elliot. M. Foley. A. Korosidis. L. O'Malley. F. Gallagher. N. 
Greenstein: Middle: K. Truong. R. Pazyra. R. Hayes. R. Ellis. V. 
Kuipers. K. Graziano: Front: K. Diamond. E. Pockell. D. Bertoni. C. 
Chaung. J. Glaskin. S. Sandler. S. Carson 



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Back: T. Huynh. A. Ferragamo. Ms. Stadfeld. M. Jhaveri. N. Moi. K. 
Wong. A. Nagarajun. S. Au. W. Chin, F.Chen, E. Tang, T. Tom, Ms. 
Baker. J. Leung. L. Kahan: Front: A. Tong. S. Chaung. P. Pang. J. 
Leune. B. Leuna 



Computer and 
Robotics Club 

The Computer and Robotics Club is new 
to Randolph Junior/Senior High School. 
We have 45 members eager to learn and 
explore all aspects of the computer 
world. The robotics section of the club is 
learning the literal ins and outs of the 
computers, including making their own 
chips. Some members of the computer 
section of the club are discovering the 
variety of methods of getting around the 
Internet, while others are busy designing 
their own programs. Different software 
and hardware are used bv all. 



Concert Band 
(Seniors) 



The dilligent members of the Concert 
Band attend daily sessions in order to 
learn ways of expressing their emotions 
through the beauty of music. 



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Back: D. Oksman. C. Lampner. D. Shoenig, N. Greenstein, R. Ellis: 
Middle: K. Diamond. M. Bornstein. K. Wilczynski. A. Carter: 
Front: L. Christmas. E. Weiss. J. Loo 




Debate Club 



Skilled in the classic art of rhetoric, 
members of the Randolph High School 
Debate Club work diligently to refine 
their talents of debating. When chal- 
lenged with a dilemma, often one facing 
our own school, debaters prepare indi- 
vidual plans for alleviating the problem. 
Then, in teams or alone, members pre- 
sent their solutions in a timed compet- 
itive forum. 



Back: J. Prag. S. Ciolder, E. Tang. K. Truong, S. OToolc; 
Front: D. Bertoni, ( Uannigan 



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Environmental Club 



The Randolph High School Environmental 
Club works toward promoting awareness of 
current environmental issues to the school 
and community. Our goal is to improve our 
local and global environment. As a united 
group we will discourage all pollution, and we 
will try to promote a further understanding of 
the importance of the environment. We will 
encourage respect towards nature and the 
conservation of natural resources. We ac- 
knowledge the possible consequences of a 
world without environmental concern, and 
we fight to accomplish the difficult goal of 
informity and often indifferent society about 
the environment. 




Back: H. Ho. S. Golder. W. Chin. D. Mclver. C. McAdams. J. Loo. Ms. 
Ellis: Front: D. Patel. L. Naval. K. Truong. S. OToole. F. Gallagher. D. 
Slapak 




Gay Straight 
Alliance 



The Gay Straight Alliance is a group of 
students in grades 7-12. who are led by 
Mr. Riordan and Ms. Yearwood. They 
hope to raise awareness of different sexu- 
al orientations within the school by 
working to erase stereotypes and prejudi- 
ces. 



Back: Mr. Riordan: Front: D. Xu. K. Lee. D. Mclver. E. Hui. A. Paul. 
C. Chan 



Girls' A'Cappella 



The Girls' A'capella consists of a group 
of young ladies who sing in harmony, 
using their voices as their instruments. 




R. Pazyra. S. Doniger. D. Bertoni. K. Diamond. E. Pockell 



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Seniors and Advisors only - H. Tong. M. Wong. C. Hui. D. Cheung. M. 
Jhaveri. N. Greenstein. H. Wong. S. Chan. D. Lee. A. Tarn. L. 
O'Malley. B. Manzano. N. Moi. Mrs. O'Connor. Mrs. Sung. Mrs. Lam 



International Club 



The Randolph International Club is a cultur- 
ally diverse organization that has been at 
RHS for the past three years. Formerly 
known as the Randolph Asian Culture Club, 
officers and advisors decided to change the 
name to include various cultures within the 
school. Consisting of over eighty members, 
the club officers and advisors work hard to 
keep things organized. Among a few of the 
annual events are fundraisers, parties, sport- 
ing events, and field trips. This year's officers 
are Pres. Helen Tong. V.P. Moria Wong. Sec. 
Connie Hui. Treas. Bonnie Poon. Assistant 
Sec. Wesley Mak. and Publicity Manager Ste- 
phen Chaung. They meet every week with 
advisors Mrs. Lam. Mrs. O'Connor, and Mrs. 
Sung. 



Literary Magazine 



The Literary Magazine is an activity 
comprising students from grades 7-12. 
Writers, artists, and photographers com- 
bine their efforts to produce an annual 
magazine. 




Back: S. Golder, S. OToole, J. Loo; Front: J. Mov. L. O'Mallev. N. Moi. 
W. Chin 




Math Team 



The Randolph Math Team, under the 
supervision of Ms. DiMascio and Mr. 
Turner, includes a number of members 
in grades 9-12 who have an avid interest 
in the world of mathematics and work 
tirelessly for the success of the team. 



Back: J. Leung. K. Wong. A. Tong. D. Jar. T. Tom. S. Au. L. Naval, T. Mau. P. 
Pang. B. Poon. T. Huynh. W. Mak: Middle: I. Wong, A. Nagarajan. C. Hannigan. 
S (/older. J. Prag. K. Truong. H. Tong. M. Jhaveri, R. Patel. W. Chin, E. Tang; 
Front: H. Ho. V. (jundena. F. Gallagher 



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National Honor 
Society 



Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character are 
the four pillars of the National Honor Society. Our 
members embody these traits. We conduct monthly 
service projects that benefit our school and our 
community. Some of the projects in which we par- 
ticipated this year are the Taste of Randolph, J.F.K. 
Craft Fair, PRIDE Auction, Matchmaker Charity 
Fundraiser, and Channel Two Auction. In addition, 
we recycle weekly in the high school. This year's 
Induction Keynote Speaker is Paul Daly. The chap- 
ter is named for his father. Our End-Of-Year Com- 
memorative Booklet features photos and sum- 
maries of our events during the year. Last year, we 
received a statewide Commended Chapter Award. 




NHS Advisor and Officers 
D. LaCivita, S. Doniger. Mrs. Harding. R. Patel. S. Golder 



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Back: E. Meglio. J. Feldman. D. Oksman. M. Kim. U. Okereke, K. Truong. K. Wilczynski. J. 
Loo. S. Banerjee. J. Prag, M. Levine. F. D'Andrea. W. Chin. J. Kolikof. D. Slapak. S. OToole. 
F. Gallagher, V. Gunderia. B. Manzano. M. DeOssie. H. Etienne, S. Singh. Mrs. Harding: 
Front: A. Paul. D. Bertoni. J. Glaskin. C. Cornish. C Chaung. S. Doniger. S. Golder, D. 
LaCivita. J. Moy. M. Wong. E. Wong. J. Sandals, M. Wong. L. Naval. H. Tong 



Oracle Staff 



This yearbook is the product of the many 
hours of hard work put in by the Oracle Staff 
of the Class of 1999. Our technical and liter- 
ary staff this year includes Editors-in-Chief 
Helen Ho and Christopher Hannigan, Layout 
Editor Brett Babaian. Photography Editor 
Lindsey Steinberg, Copy Editor Jamie Loo, 
and Sports Editor Suzanne OToole. Our 
business staff is made up of Business Manag- 
er Mehul Jhaveri, Advertising Manager Yo- 
landa Harris, and Sales Manager Kim Gar- 
ner. The staff would like to thank our advisor, 
Ms. Ellis, our financial director, Mr. Kaplan, 
and our dedicated volunteers for all the time 
and effort they've given to the Oracle. We 
truly appreciate everything you have done. 




Back: T. Tull, D. Lee. N. Bonny. D. Patel. U. Okereke. D. Branch, B. 
Joseph. D. Slapak. K. Truong. F. Gallagher. W. Chin. S. OToole. Ms. 
Ellis. D. Bertoni; Front: S. Golder. J. Loo. C. Hannigan. M. Jhaveri. H. 
Ho 



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Buck M. Morrell. T Maple. C. Burke. N. Neil. J. Feldman. J. Brodil. J. Chan. C. Murph> ; Third 
Row: M. Pomerleau. S. Sullivan. T. Tull. S. Lovventhal. S. Doniger. K. Garner. R. Pazvra. L. 
Steinberg. M DeO»ie. S Singh. K. Wikzynski; Second Ro»: M. Jha\eri. A. ColTman. D. 
Oksman. R. Singh. H. MacGregor. J. Glaskin: Front: D. Benoni. N. Dambre\ ille. H. Tong. C. 
Hui. E. Pockell " 



Peer Leadership 



Peer Leadership is made up of many 
students who serve as role models for 
seventh and eighth grade students. Each 
peer leader is put in a group and assigned 
to teach a junior high class on a number 
of issues, such as drugs or alcohol. They 
are there for the students to ask questions 
and to talk to if they have a problem. 



Peer Mediation 



Peer Mediators train to develop special 
skills to help other students at Randolph 
Junior/Senior High School. They use 
their knowledge to resolve student con- 
flicts and improve student relationships. 




Back: C. Cheetham. T. Mau. J. Prag. D. LaCivita. R. Lee. D. Mclver. A. 
King. A. Couture-Rizzo. R. Mak. G. Cabello: Front: T. Tull. D. Bertoni. 
J. Glaskin. K. Wilczynski. B. Joseph. E. Morrell 




RHTV 



Back: H. Ho. D. Patel. S. Morris. I) Mclver, D. Slapak. L. Naval: 
Front: Ms. Ellis. W. Wendy, D. LaCivita, C. Hannigan. K. Truong. R. 
Ellis. S. Golder, J. Kolikof. J. Loo 



RHTV is a group of student broadcasters 
who devote their mornings as messen- 
gers of news at Randolph High School. It 
provides a form in which useful and nec- 
essary information can be transmitted 
daily throughout the faculty and student 
population. 



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Show Choir 



The Randolph Junior/Senior High 
School Show Choir is a singing and danc- 
ing ensemble featuring serious students 
who enjoy performance. This group of 
talented individuals attend competi- 
tions, both within and outside of the 
state. They also perform for others in 
non-competitive sessions. As the Show 
Choir performs, they are accompanied 
by the entertaining music of the Pit 
Band. 




Back: R. Robinson. S. Klotz. D. Brenner. C. Laut. L. Cooks, A. 
Fellman. R. Ellis, N. Greenstein. F. Gallagher: Front: Mr. Goldman. V. 
Flucas. R. Pazyra. D. Slapak. E. Pockell. C. Chaung. S. Doniger. D. 
Bertoni. K. Diamond. A. Johns, A. Carter 




Back: V. Hogu. R. Abido. W. Mak. S. Chaung. J. Brice. S. Guy. J. Joyce. J. 
Connors. A. Fellman. M. Gladstone. Mr. Pirrera; Middle: S. OToole. N. Moi. A. 
Nagarajan. K. Truong, R. Patel. C. Chaung. N. Dambreville. M. Jhaveri. K. 
Wong. E. O'Malley: Front: Y. Harris. L. O'Malley. T. Desai. S. Murphy 



Student Alliance 

Against Racism and 

Violence 

The Student Alliance Against Racism 
and Violence (S.A.A.R.V.) is about me- 
diating and trying to better our school 
community. The S.A.A.R.V. is com- 
posed of diverse students who would like 
to stop the violence and racism that oc- 
curs in our community and among the 
students. Every year, the club runs a mul- 
ticultural fair, which is open to everyone 
in the school. The fair allows students to 
share their cultures' similarities and dif- 
ferences, and learn to appreciate what 
makes each unique. 



Students Against 
Drunk Driving 

Every twenty seven minutes someone in 
the United States dies as a result of a 
drunk driving accident. Our chapter of 
Students Against Drunk Driving 
(S.A.D.D.) not only teaches its members 
and the greater community about the 
horrors associated with drunk driving 
through such programs as Grim Reaper 
Day and Operation Prom Night, but 
gives alternatives to alcohol at such 
events as the non-alcoholic exotic drink- 
ing party and through informational 
speakers. With an enthusiastic group of 
students and our excellent advisor, Mr. 
Riordan. S.A.D.D. has enjoyed another 
exciting and educational year. 




Back: R. Hayes. T. Maple. W. Mak. S. Chaung. N. Moi. S. OToole. F. Gallagher: 
Third Row: E. Wilczynski. S. Pockell, H. MacGregor. K. Rogers. A. Patel. K. 
Wong. T. Desai: Second Row: S. Doniger. A. Paul. T. Beato. M. Tang. A. Paul: 
Front: K. Wilcyznski. L. Ramey. S. Lowenthal. R. Pazyra. D. Bertoni. J. Moreira. 
J. Glaskin. M. DeOssie. J. Wehle. K. Truong 



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Student Council 




Student Council Officers: 
K. Truong, D. Bertoni, C. Burke, A. Coffman, C. Chaung 



The Student Council is composed of 
many hardworking and dedicated stu- 
dents who have participated in many 
activities and conventions. We visit the 
elementary schools, Christmas carol in 
town at the nursing homes, host blood 
drives, and take part in many other pro- 
jects we feel will better the school or 
community. Of course, we owe much of 
our success and learning to our advisors, 
Mr. Powell and Mrs. Tantillo, who are 
not just our advisors, but also our friends 
who always provide us with advice and 
ideas. 




Student Council Executive Board: 
Back: J. Glaskin, K. Wilczynski, J. Sandals, C. Hannigan, T. Maple, R. 
Rosen, C. Cornish; Front: K. Truong, D. Bertoni, C. Chaung, C. Burke, 
A. Coffman 




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Back: K. Dugan, Mr. Powell, D. Mclver, J. Sandals, C. Hannigan, S. Chaung, S. Sullivan, A. 
Banks, B. Das, A. Fellman, H. MacCiregor, W. Winner, J. Joyce, J. Coffman, J. Connors, E. 
< halfin, K. Trull, K. Rogers; Third Row: A. Walts, R. Singh, E. O'Mallcy. U. Okcrekc, K. 
Wilc/ynski, M. Jhaveri, J. Feldman, S. (iolder, F. D'Andrea, R. Rosen, M. Tang, D. Jar; Second 
Row: K Wong < ( Ornish, D. Oksman, T. Dambrcvillc, T. Maple, J. Brodil; Front: J. Glaskin, K. 
Truong, D. Bertoni, N. Dambreville, C. Chaung, C. Burke, I,. O'Mallcy, A. Coffman 



Theatre Guild 



The Randolph High School Theatre 
Guild strives to teach not just the me- 
chanics of putting on a play, but the true 
beauty of art and the passion of theatre. 
From hours spent on technical and logis- 
tical demands such as auditioning, set 
and costume design, and working out 
each detail of performance, to the actual 
showpiece production, it is an art that 
rewards itself through hard work and 
dedication. 




Back: D. Mcher. W. Chin. R. Ellis. S. OToole. K. Truong. F. Gal- 
lagher. J. Sandals. M. Jhaveri. S. Golden Front: H. Ho, F. Kwok. E. 
Pockell. J. Wehle, J. Prag, L. Naval 




Web Page Design 
Club 

The Web Page Design Club has members 
in grades 7-12 and is under the supervi- 
sion of Ms. DiMascio. The club works on 
learning more about the Internet and ac- 
quiring the necessary skills to design and 
create web pages. 



Back: T. Huynh. J. Leung. S. Chaung. D. Mcher. T. Tom. A. Tong. B. 
Poon; Front: W. Chin. P. Pang. D. Hernandez 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 



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Did Most for the Class 

David Oksman 
Celicia Chaung 




Mr. & Miss Personality 

Peter Karoul 
Meghan DeOssie 



Most Involved 

Scott Golder & Chris Hannigan 
Danielle Bertoni 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Best Looking 

Bob Mason 
Sharon Blaine 



Best Style 

Damien Singh 
Uchenna Okereke 





Biggest Flirt 

Dan Lampert 
Lauren O'Malley 



Class Clowns 

Larry Farrow 
Rori Hayes 



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Most Ambitious 

Chris Hannigan 
Roshni Patel 





Most Likely To Succeed 

Scott Golder 
Kim Truong 





Most Spirited 

David Oksman 
Cclicia Chaung 



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Most Considerate 

Neal Greenstein 
Meghan DeOssie 






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Most Athletic 

Sean Sullivan 
Jen Ramey 



Most Musically Minded 



Rianardo Ellis 
Amanda Carter 





Most Talkative 

Jon Feldman 
Beatrice Joseph 



Quietest 

Nelson Moi 
Kim Garner 




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SENIOR SUPERLATIVES 




Best Dressed 

Bob Mason 
Melissa Dowling 



Best Eyes 

Brian Evelyn 
Sharon Blaine 





Best Smile 

Jordan Cohne 
Valerie Kuipers 






Best Hair 

Sean Sullivan 
Melissa Dowling 




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Back: S. Dawling. E. Tousant. B. Keel. C. Rowell. M. O'Brien. P. Sullivan, B. Shirkey. S. Nankin. 

P. Ardizzoni. R. Morantus. D. Visbaras; Middle: M. Depina. A. Hazel. J. Raymond. P. Banto. T. 

Evans. P. Habocek. Coach Brian Kelliher. B. McKenna-Blackmon. Coach Jeff Perkins. D. Serono. 

Coach Tern - Branch. M. Rodman. R. Guillaume: Front: C. Metherall. D. Muff. C. Flucas. J. Heah 

S. Sullivan. C. Murphy. J. Marceline. D. Quach. D. Lampert. J. Funches. P. Karoul 







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Top: H. MacGregor. A. Dacamara, J. Kelly, R.Lampert. R. Warren. E. Kiley, A. Martin. B. Mofford 

Middle: J. Daniels, A. Curtin, J. Pellini, L. Vara, K. Williams, A. Khaw 

Front: J. Lebroquay, M. Powers, J. Malcolm 






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POWDER PUFF 








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BOYS' CROSS 
COUNTRY 




Back: Coach Powell, E. Burgo, W. Witmer, P. Benefit, N. Witmer, J. Lee, D. Monteiro, M. Waitinj 
R. Trull, B. Lee; Front: A. Geary, C. DiBendetto, S. Morris, C. DeNisco, J. Singleton, P. Keely 







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GIRLS' CROSS 
COUNTRY 




Back: Sara DeOne, Rachel Rosen, Erica Pockell, Colleen Doherty, Natalie Leroux-Lindsey, 
Coach Powell; Front: Danielle Slapak, Rebecca Mak, Araba Adjeikoranteng, Stephanie Fox, 

Candice Cornish 







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BOYS* SOCCER 




A. Potischman, A. Nagarajan. D. Shoenig, J. Feldman, J. Sandals, M. Gervino 







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GIRLS' SOCCER 




Back: Coach M. Travares. Assistant Coach K. Puopolo, G. Lam, J. Tuton, J. Lam, S. Mills, V. Flucus, M. Collins, A. Colls, S. 
Lewis. S. Dolgin, L. Brodil, E. Tuton, M. Freitas. B. Mullon, H. Tuton; Front: G. Debores-Jackson, S. Pockell, E. Okereke, T. 
Brown, K. Rogers, K. Caranza, A. Louture-Rizzo, L. Nwachuku. S. Goncalves 





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SWIM TEAM 




Back: Capt. J. Wehle. C. Duffy. L. Holmes. E. Mellon. J. Tarr. K. Dever. H. Whynot. M. 
Holmes. K. Musgrove. Coach McKinnon: Third Row: C. Holt. K. Marshall. M. Coffman. R. 
Levine. C. Versakas. C. Murphy: Second Row: E. Cohen. J. Butz. R. Cornett, K. Mitchell. H. 
Alman. J. Young. C. McSweeney. J. Greene. K. Salvage: Front: Capt. K. Glass. Capt. A. 
Coffman. T. Maple. B. Poon. K. Wong. J. Coffman 




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GYMNASTICS 




Back: J. Batson, J. Jackson, K. Tucker, L. Resendes, J. Malcolm; 

Front: Coach Bennett, R. Hypolite, D. Batson, K. Hersey, 

M. Bryant, J. MacDonald, J. Ferragamo, Capt. T. Maple 






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HOCKEY 




C. Metherall, J. McBride, T. Brown, L. Vara, M. Erickson 




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WRESTLING 




Back: Coach Lok, Coach Azer, Coach Sullivan; Front: R. Erwin, P. Martin, B. Jean- 
Pierre, O. Degany, T. Figiel, J. Barkley, F. Reed, Capt. J. Spellman, Capt. M. Anderson, 
S. Greene, C. Shirkey, C. Popsie, P. Hubackek, D. Fernandez, M. Shirkey 




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BOYS' BASKETBALI 




Back: Coach Tarpey, L. Cooks, M. Christian, P. Young, J. Langston, A. Drain; Front: M. 
Montes. Capt. S. Sullivan, Capt. D. Muff, Capt. M. Buchanan, S. Thompson, J. Langston 




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GIRLS ' BASKETBALL 




Back: I. Mitchell, M. Darville, T. Sylvestre, J. Ramey, T. Wooten, J. Lewis, S. Shoot, C. 
Murphy, Coach Hatfield; Front: N. Joseph, T. Toussaint, N. Parks, M. Tangar, A. Gomes 




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WINTER 




Back: Coach Fonseca. T. Tom. M. Collins. E. Tang. D. Quach. P. Benefit. S. Nankin. 
W. Roiter. J. Singer. D. Monteiro. R. Trull. A. Hazel. Coach Branch. Coach Powell: 
Middle: B. Lok. J. Sferrazza. M. Walsh. A. Geary. M. Rodman. S. Zephyr. K. Wong. K. 
Duggan. B. Lee. J. Andrade: Front: W. Witmer. S. Hunter. C. Murphy. D. Singh. J. 
Worrell. J. Lee. W. Mak. D. Ne 




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TRACK 




Back: Coach Mullen, Coach Fonseca. A. Sferrazza, R. Cornett. E. Rodman, Coach 
Powell; Middle: R. Mak. R. Rosen. J. Carrey, M. Poteau. F. Polynice, C. Alves; 
Front: C. Cornish, U. Okereke, J. Moreira, J. Loo, Y. Harris 




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Our hero. Mehul. fulfills everv teacher's and student's dream. 




"Can't vou see I'm in the middle of a conversation?" 




There's always time to fix your hair AFTER physics. Helen." 



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'Everyone knows 3rd period physics isn't as smart as 5th period 

physics." 




'I think, therefore I'm Ed." 





"All by myself.. .don't wanna be all by myself 
anymore..." 




'Gotta finish math homework... gotta finish math 
homework..." 



'We're so sleep-deprived, we don't know why we're smiling." 




Neal has a very DRY sense of humor. 



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'Hey everybody! The party's over here!" 



Kim and Rio jammin* the night away. 





'I am DEFINITELY the best looking guy here." - Kevin 





"Don't you remember anything I taught you?!" 




It's not nice to play recombinant DNA. 



Just try to guess what I'm thinking." 



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Valerie and Jerry just chillin' at the game. 





Say "cheese"! 




'I know I can, I know I can, . . ." 



"Does this look like a face that would lie to you?" 





'Umm. . .1 still don't get it, Nate." 



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Kim helps make half-time more enjoyable. 




2Brendan is wondering, "Where's Jason?". 




Mike is hard at work. 





"Can I have another cup of coffee?" 



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These girls are attacking college brochures with a smile. 







We hope Danielle's okay after that tackle - Go Meaghan! 



"Don't we look smarter than 5th period physics?' 




'Catch me!" 




Shiny, happy seniors everywhere... 



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"How's this for a pose?" 



"Who is that masked swimmer?!" 




Hey, Trazana. don*t be so camera-shy! 




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Hey, guys, where's your lunch? 




Terry makes a statement with her one-cheek smudge. 




"Is this going to be edible?" — Scott 




Jon likes to get up close and personal with the camera. 




"Don't worry, liana, I'm laughing with you!" 



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Well-Wishes 






The class of 1999 will always have a special place in my memories as I am 'graduating' 
with you. Health and happiness to you all." — Mrs. Harding 
"Attitude is a little thing that makes a BIG difference!" — Mr. Kaplan 
"Randolph High School: a great place to be. Peace, Love, and Understanding." — Mr. 
Riordan 

"Math: there's really nothing Tuite." — Mr. Tuite 

"To the class of 1999: 'We know what we are, but know not what we may be.' - William 
Shakespeare" — Mrs. Tantillo 

"To the Class of '99: hitch your wagon to a star! Good luck." — Ted Mashrick 
"Best Wishes and Congratulations to the Class of 1999!" — Ms. Campbell 
"At some point in our lives, we come to meet people who are really angels in disguise." — 
K. Hudson 

"I wish the members of the 1999 graduating class a magnificent future - may it be 
productive, fulfilling, happy, healthy, and long. Best wishes." — Mrs. Klusas-King 
" 'The past is of no importance. The present is of no importance. It is with the future we 
have to deal.' — Oscar Wilde" — Mehul Jhaveri 

" The past should be a springboard, not a hammock.' — Leo Fahey. Best of luck." 
— Mrs. Tower 

"May all your dreams come true." - Mrs. Catto 

"Best of luck to a great group of seniors, but remember: when in trouble, convert to 
moles." — Mr. Todd 

"The world looks brighter from behind a smile." — Mrs. Barra 
"To my friends (you know who you are): I love you. Good luck and always keep in 
touch." — Helen 

"Good luck, Mehul, Arun, Uchenna, Roshni, Joanne, Chris, Suzanne, Diana, Angela, and 
Nelson!" — Kathleen Saunders 

"Good luck, good health, keep perservering." — Mrs. Chase 
"Enjoy ALL your worlds!" — Mr. Nelson 

"Para mi clase favorito: salud, amor y pesetas, y el tiempo para gozario." — Mrs. 
Modricamin 

"Best wishes to the Class of '99." — Ms. Kiley 

"Go boldly where no one has gone before, and enjoy life." — Ms. Ellis 
"Special congrats to all Devine students who were in Grade Six when I started as 
Principal" — Love, Mrs. J 

"Live your life so fully that your life is fulfilled." — Mary Ann Hill- Walker 
"Time flies when you're having fun." 



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Einstein once said that the most beautiful thing we 

can experience is the mysterious. Certainly, then, it is 

a beautiful thing upon which we are embarking — 

our collective future. Thank you, Class of 1 999, for 

all the challenges, learning experiences and fun that 

have marked the past six years. Best wishes to all; 

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Thank you to all the members of the Oracle staff for all vour 
dedication and contributions to the yearbook. Certainly, your 
efforts have vielded a memorable success. 
We hope that the class will enjoy and appreciate this book as a 
momento of our high school years. Since every graduate has a 
different memory of Randolph High, we have tried to assure 
that this Oracle includes diverse views of our years here. 
So. with this, we offer our final farewell to the Class of 1999: 
To all Blue Devils, past and present, may you look back on this 
vearbook and remember that you'll always have a home at 
RHS. 



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GOLF 




Back: M. Porter, J. Sellars. J. Raymond, M. Peterson, S. Cartwright; 
Front: Coach Turner. S. Sullivan. J. Healey 




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BASEBALL 








Back: Coach Gould, P. Agresti, R. Norton, L. Vara, G. O'Donnell, P. Benefit, M. Erickson; 
Front: C. Popsie, L. Leshefsky, P. Hubacek, M. O'Brien, J. Messia, R. McCormack, D. Newcomb 




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Back: Coach Hatfield, J. Warren, R. Kourafas, L. Ramey, K. Graziano, J. Ramey, T. Maple, J. 

Malcolm, D. Ciardi, Coach Arruda; 
Front: E. Meglio, T. Moriatey, C. Murphy, J. Tarr, E. Darville, T. Rose 







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GIRLS' 
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Back: Coach Burke, Coach Mullen, B. Nguyen, J. Fernandez, C. Hill, R. Rosen, H. Tran, L. Brodil, S. Rafuse, 
Coach Branch. Coach Powell; Front: J. Cameron, T. Desai, K. Wong, J. Moreira, J. Loo, A. Sferrazza 




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BOYS' 
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Back: Coach Powell. E. Chalfin. Coach Branch. R. Dickson?. C. Gervino. S. Hunter. S. Nankin. J. Buonebane. 

M. Christian. B. Modibo. S. Robert. E. Adhanom; 

Middle: B. Lee. P. Sullivan. M. Tang. K. Duggan. T. Tom. W. Witmer. R. Trull. M. Waiting. J. Andrade. P. 

Karoufis. S. Morris. P. Keely. M. Bercy. J. Gordon. S. MacGregor. P. Keely. S. Gately: 

Front: M. Buchanan. D. Monteiro. J. Lee. L. Murphy. D. Singh. J. Worrell. D. Quach. W. Mak. D. Ng. S. Zephyr 





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Back: Coach Weiand. N. Tsang. N. Khaw. E. Lam. A. Nagarajan. M. Kohlhaus. T. Field. D. 

Cheung. M. Jhaveri. A. Pelley. M. Gladstone: 
Front: V. Nagarajan. J. Kolikof. E. Tang. M. Levine. S. Au. E. Askeland. T. Figiel 











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NATIONAL HONOR 
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Back: S. Golder. S. Doniger. R. Patel. C. Chaung. M. Wong. M. Wong. H. Wong. E. Wong, 
K. Wilczynski. K. Truong. H. Tong: Middle: S. Singh. J. Sandals. S. OToole. D. Oksman, U. Okereke. 
L. Naval. A. Nagarajan. J. Moy. N. Moi. B. Manzano. J. Loo; Front: H. Ho. V. Gunderia. J. Glaskin. 
F. Gallagher. J. Feldman, H. Etienne. M. DeOssie. W. Chin. S. Chan. D. Bertoni 






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CORRECTIONS 



The Oracle staff would like to apologize for any errors published in 
the yearbook, and we would like to apologize in advance for any 
that may be in this supplement. Some of the mistakes in the 
yearbook that have been brought to the attention of the editors are 
now corrected on this page. Thank you to all for your under- 
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Mr. Gerard J. Lineham as his name was printed on page 5. • 

■ The first name of Ms. Baker from the Computer Technology Department is Stacy, not 
Stacey as it was spelled on page 9. 

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Back: S. Klotz, V. Nguyen, M. Levine, Ms. Pimentel; 
Middle: D. Shoenig, M. Wan, C. Lampner, D. Mofford, C. Laut, M. Morrell, J. Tarr; 
Front: J. Hall, V. Hunter, M. Peterson, R. Ellis, D. Oksman, A. Carter, K. Lowenthal 



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